Lying in the eastern part of Surrey in the local district of Tandridge, Oxted was listed in the Domesday book of 1086 as Acstede which translates as 'place where Oaks grow'. It is an attractive bustling town with a direct train service to London.
You will find a wide choice of restaurants and the delightful High Street is home to four pubs, The Old Bell, The George Inn, The rown Inn and The Wheatsheaf.
The stunning gardens at Titsey Place, one of Surrey's largest survinging estates can be found nearby.
Oxted is host to an annual charity pram race held in July.
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